18 Ltr Polycarbonate Container

SVT-PS18CT

18 Ltr Polycarbonate Container

SVT-PS18CT
This virtually unbreakable 18 litre polycarbonate carbonate container is suitable for temperatures from -40°C to +100°C. In use, it stays cool enough to touch so is easy to handle & is non-stick & dishwasher-safe, making cleaning easy. The containers dimensions are 230mm(h) x 455mm(w) x 305mm

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DESCRIPTION

PRODUCT DESCRIPTION

This rugged cooking container is made from virtually unbreakable polycarbonate, and suitable for temperatures from -40°C to +100°C. In use, it stays cool enough to touch so is easy to handle, and is non-stick and dishwasher-safe, making cleaning easy. With an overall capacity of 18 litres, the containers dimensions are 230mm(h) x 455mm(w) x 305mm(d).

The container is suitable for all types of sous vide thermal circulators with 230mm depth.

*Please note the circulator in the image is for illustration purposes only, and is not included with the container.


Additional Information

Delivery 24 Hours Delivery
Model SVT-PS18CT
Brand PolyScience®
Warranty N/A

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REVIEWS

FeeFo Reviews

Date / Score
Customer Comment Our Response
01-Apr-2014 Product:
This is a repeat purchase of very suitable item. I now use 2 containers, one inside the other for insulation along with a covered lid. I have measured energy consumption at 4.7 kWh over 48 hours. This is equal to 1 to 2p per hour depending on tariffs.
03-Sep-2015 Product:
Excellent
09-Dec-2015 Product:
Good
05-Aug-2016 Product:
A large tub, which we use with the Anova sous vide.
19-Jul-2017 Product:
Solid and ideal for the circulator
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